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Creamy vegan risotto

Creamy vegan risotto

Today’s  vegan risotto recipe is for the people who want something quick and tasty. The recipe is easy and you don’t even need so many ingredients. By the way, you can always use different ingredients.

For the vegan risotto recipe you need (2pers)

5x mushrooms
1x little courgettes
2 teaspoon of butter
1 cup of risotto rice
1/3 cup of dry wine
400 ml vegetable stock
1x shallots
2x garlic
1x chilli
1x teaspoon of thyme
salt & pepper to taste!

Instructions:

First of all fry the shallots, pepper, and garlic in oil until the shallots and garlic turn translucent. After, that pour in the rice. It’s important that the rice is not washed because you need the starch for binding the flavor. Now add the wine into the rice to stop the cooking. After that throw in mushrooms and courgettes. Then pour enough vegetable stock to cover the rice and season it with thyme, salt & pepper. Keep stirring the rice and add a little more water if needed. After 15-20 min the rice is soft and done. To give your dish extra creaminess, you have to mix 1 teaspoon of butter into your vegan risotto. Voila, now it’s time to serve it!

Please, tell me how you find the risotto 🙂

Food Spotting with a hint of Fashion

Food Spotting with a hint of Fashion

Stubbe Haring Amsterdam About Jey

About Jey Rayban

About Jey Look:  Shirt – H&M / Skirt – Mango (similar) / Shoes – Vans / Bag – Mango (sold) / Sunglasses – RaybanAmsterdam

Amsterdam

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I can’t believe that it’s been a week since we traveled to Amsterdam. The three days went by too fast!

On our last day, we did a little food spotting. And made a quick stop at Stubbe Haring. At the place, we ate a Haring sandwich that was filled with onions and pickles – so delicious!

Then we stayed around Amsterdam Centraal. After that, we stopped by at Manneken Pis. We bought French Fries. The fries are the best in Amsterdam. We waited 15 minutes for the fries but it was really worth it.

At the end, we bought cheese for the family because the people in the Netherlands are known for their good cheese.

See you in the next post!

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Ich kann es nicht glauben, dass eine Woche schon vergangen ist. Die drei Tage in Amsterdam gingen viel zu schnell rum!

Am letzten Tag haben wir uns ein wenig nach Essensmöglichkeiten umgeschaut. Den ersten Stopp haben wir bei Stubbe Haring gemacht. Dort gab es für uns Hering mit Brötchen. Sehr, sehr lecker und empfehlenswert!

Danach haben wir uns die ganze Zeit in Amsterdam Centraal aufgehalten. Dann sind wir zum Manneken Pis gegangen, wo wir die beste Pommes in Amsterdam gegessen haben. Wir haben dort bestimmt 15 min Schange gestanden, aber es hat sich gelohnt.  

Zum Schluss haben wir Käse für die Familie gekauft, da die Holländer für Ihren guten Käse bekannt sind.

Bis zum nächsten Post!

Our first day in Amsterdam

Our first day in Amsterdam

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Kantjil de Tijger
Kantjil de Tijger | Nasi Goreng Rames

 

Hey lovelies!

On Sunday we finally arrived in Amsterdam. We wanted to be in Amsterdam before 12 o’clock but I didn’t want to leave my bed. So we drove a bit later.

We parked in a garage and went with our belongings to the hotel. Our stay was the beautiful Manor Hotel. Which we booked for 2 nights.

After checking in the hotel, we went to the Oosten Park that is next to our hotel.

Then we walked so much through beautiful Amsterdam. Slowly we got so hungry and we went to our favorite restaurant: Kantjil de Tijger. It is an Indonesian restaurant. The food is so tasty and to die for. I ate Nosi Goreng. My Nasi Goreng was made with fried rice, marinated meat and veggies. Every part of my dish was a mouth explosion. Jan, on the other hand, wanted to try something else out and ordered a special menu that included coconut rice, veggies and marinated meat as well.

Unfortunately, it started raining after dinner. We walked for 40 minutes in the rain. Because of that I caught a cold 🙈

See you in the next

 

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Hallo ihr Lieben!

Am Sonntag haben wir es nach 3 Jahren  endlich wieder nach Amsterdam geschafft! Wir wollten eigentlich früher raus, aber ich wollte länger liegen. Da ich die Tage nicht so gut geschlafen habe. 

Wir waren im schönen Manor Hotel angekommen und haben uns etwas ausgeruht. Danach sind wir zum Oosten Park gelaufen, der Park war bei uns in der Nähe.  

Daraufhin sind wir in der Stadt spazieren gegangen, haben viele Bilder geschossen und viel gelacht.

Wir waren sehr hungrig und sind zum Kantjil de Tijger gelaufen. Das ist ein indonesisches Restaurant, wo wir schonmal gegessen haben. Ich hatte das Nasi Goreng, welches ein gebratenes Reisgericht ist. Dazu hatte ich Gemüse, ein Ei und Fleisch. Jan hatte ein balinesisches Menü, das Kokosnuss-Reis, Frühlingsrolle, Gemüse und Sparerips beinhaltet. Mein Essen war so lecker und alle Zutaten haben so anders und so gut geschmeckt. Das Restaurant ist wirklich echt empfehlenswert!

Es hat nach dem Essen geregnet und wir sind leider 40 min durch den Regen gelaufen, weil wir keine öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln nehmen wollten. Und nun bin ich dadurch leicht erkältet.

Wir sehen uns im nächsten Post! <3

Blue Jumpsuit & Jamy’s Burger

Blue Jumpsuit & Jamy’s Burger

About Jey

Jamy's Burger
Cheesy Portobello Burger and Runny Egg Burger

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Blue Jumpsuit – Primark(old)// Sunglasses – Rayban // Shoes – Birkenstock // Bag – H&M

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Hey!

Sunday is the day where we get the most things done. We always do laundry, deep clean the apartment and we remove clothes we don’t wear anymore. Besides, I don’t like to feel detached to things.

After that, we were very hungry and knew we wanted to eat a burger. Then we looked for a good burger restaurant on the internet. We found one and  drove to Jamy’s Burger to try their food out. At Jamy’s Burger, I ordered a delicious cheesy portobello burger and Jan ordered an ordinary one with eggs. The portobello burger was the only vegetarian option that they had. And some of you know that I’m always on the hunt for a much healthier option because in general I consume  little to no meat.

Ok, now let’s put the focus on my outfit. Because as always it turned into a little ootd session and it really makes fun to shot with my love. 😉

This jumpsuit with little shoulder pads is over 6 years old, can you believe it? Yes, I keep good and unique stuff sometimes, when I know that it will be trendy in the future, isn’t it clever? By the way, I bought it in Primark, when Primark was very cool and the most famous shop back then. If I find a similar jumpsuit, I will let you ladies know, I promise!

I  put on my Birkenstock sandals that I usually wore as a “house shoe”. But I think it still fits my outfit. To complete my whole style, I wore my new sunnies and grabbed my brown faux leather bag I bought last year at H&M.

As you can see, I kept it simple as always.

See you in my next post! <3

 

//Hallo ihr Lieben!

Sonntag sind wir immer sehr fleißig. Wir putzen die Wohnung gründlich, waschen unsere Wäsche und sortieren Kleidung aus, die wir nicht mehr anziehen. Die werden dann meistens verschenkt.

Danach waren wir das 1. Mal Burger essen bei Jamy’s Burger. Ich hatte einen leckeren Burger mit Portobello Pilzen und Käse, Jan hatte eins mit Fleisch und Ei.

Nun zum Outfit. Ich hatte meinen blauen Jumpsuit an, den ich schon seit 6 Jahren habe. Manchmal behalte ich gute und einzigartige Sachen. Dazu hatte ich noch meine Birkenstock Sandalen und meine braune Tasche, die ich letztes Jahr beim H&M gekauft habe.

Ah und meine runde Sonnenbrille habe ich von Rayban. Ich hatte auch eine Ähnliche, aber sie ist dann kaputt gegangen.

Wir sehen uns im nächsten Beitrag! <3

 

The Best Vegetarian Jollof Rice ever!

The Best Vegetarian Jollof Rice ever!

Jollof Rice

Hey!

A week ago I cooked a rice dish that is named Jollof Rice. I showed a little of the process on my instagram story. Jollof rice is made with tomatoes, paprika, spices and ingredients. It’s mostly consumed in Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia and Senegal.

And here is a vegetarian/vegan vision of my own way of making healthy Nigerian Jollof Rice. I kept the ingredients minimalistic and very tasty!

What you’ll need for the Jollof Rice Recipe (for 4 people)

2x tomatoes
1x bell pepper
1/2 habanero
1 tablespoon tomato puree
1x charlotte onion
3x garlic cloves
5x sliced spring onions
thumb size ginger
1 teaspoon of oil
1 tablespoon Thyme
1x veggie cube (Knorr)
2x bay leaves
tablespoon curry powder
3 cups of parboiled rice
3 cups of water
salt/pepper to taste!

Tomatoes and OnionsJollof Rice Spices

First of all blend the tomatoes, bell peppers, habanero, onions and garlic. After that pour this puréed goodness into a pot of oil and add concentrated tomato puree into the mix. Fry and stir everything until you get a thick aromatic paste. This process will take you almost 20 minutes.

Jollof Stew Herbs

Now it’s time to add the remaining spices to the puree. After that, throw in the washed parboiled rice. Mix everything thoroughly.  Pour enough water to the red rice mix. It’s important that the water is on the same level as the rice so that the rice won’t stick to the pot.

Rice and Jollof Stew PotJollof Rice Stew Mix

Lastly, close the pot and cook the rice till it’s soft on very low heat for 15 minutes. Enjoy..!

Jollof Rice

See you in the next post!

P.S. I’m sorry for being so inconsistent with my blog. In the future, I will get hopefully better in doing this. 🙂